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Under the skin of the letting market

Here we share news and views on both the local letting market in & around Oxfordshire and all planned and recent legislation.

Category Archives: Life inside FK

VIP Firework Display

With the summer now a distant memory and the winter fast approaching, Finders Keepers are delighted to be inviting over 80 of our clients to join us at the Roundtable firework display on the evening of the 8th November at South …
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Property Intelligence 2014

Set at the heart of the city at the Saïd Business School, a crowd of more than 150 existing clients and local investors were welcomed yesterday evening to Property Intelligence 2014. Aiming to provide insight, the event took a look …
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Sometimes a wine rack just isn’t enough

We have two fantastic properties on our list at the moment with their own wine cellar to house your bottle collection. The first is a substantial detached Victorian former vicarage on the edge of Steventon village in South Oxfordshire. This …
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2014 Charity Clay Target Shoot

Just over 50 people gathered at The Oxford Gun Company near Brill on Saturday 13th September for the fourth Finders Keepers annual charity shoot to raise money for The Royal British Legion Poppy appeal.

Annual summer cricket match

What a summer of exciting sport: Germany won the World Cup, Djokovic and Kvitova won at Wimbledon, Rory McIlroy won the Open Championship and Finders Keepers won at the annual FK versus Contractors Cricket Match!

New North Oxford Property Manager at Finders Keepers

We have a number of colleagues who come from various parts of the country to work with Finders Keepers. This summer we were very happy to welcome a first for Finders Keepers – an Aussie!

An ideal rural retreat

We are delighted to be marketing a truly amazing property within Barcote Manor House, near Faringdon. The property is part of a Grade II listed Victorian Manor, accessed through grand stone and iron gates and up a tree-lined driveway. The …
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